As Rinelle Harper continues to recover from a vicious attack that nearly killed her, MPs thousands of kilometres away spoke her name as they renewed calls for a public inquiry into murder and missing Indigenous women.
RCMP officers ‘not on full alert’ sitting in cruisers while monitoring Parliament Hill, says former deputy commissioner
The RCMP’s “system of coverage” for Parliament Hill failed last Wednesday when a lone gunman carrying a 30-30 Winchester, lever action rifle managed to run onto the grounds, hijack a ministerial car, drive it to the Peace Tower, park and enter through the front doors without any interference.
NDP Carol Hughes says she still believes Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq was “disgusting” for heckling during a question period debate over the need for an inquiry into the high number of murdered and missing Indigenous women across the country.
First there was Dean Del Mastro, now another Conservative MP has shed tears in the house of commons.
OTTAWA–Conservative MPs on the Status of Women committee tried to silence a Manitoba chief when she mentioned the need for a public inquiry into the high number of murdered and missing Indigenous women.
APTN National News OTTAWA–The Conservative MPs on the House of Commons special committee on violence…
The federal elections watchdog has asked the Speaker of the House of Commons to suspend two Conservative MPs for failing to correct their campaign election returns.
The Conservative government resorted to a “Colonel Sanders” defence Friday to fend off opposition attacks aimed at embattled Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Peter Penashue who is in the midst of a campaign spending scandal that has triggered increasing calls for his resignation.
Conservative MP says opposition believes First Nations people not good enough to speak in House of Commons
A First Nation Conservative says opposition politicians don’t believe First Nations people are good enough to make speeches in the House of Commons.